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6:00 a.m. on this labor day september 5, matt and tam are off, i'm nydia han along with gray hall. >> tropical storm hermine churns up rough surf at the jersey shore, team coverage of what threat hermine poses. >> a driver in philadelphia runs over a woman and beats her with a shovel killing her, a live update coming up. >> eagles could announce if rookie carson wentz could be the quarterback of the season opener. >> we're tracking the effects of hermine, so let's take a quick look at weather with david murphy and karen rogers. matt pellman has traffic.
david still concerns with coastal flooding. >> reporter: there are, there's some degree of flooding but not as bad as it was looking on the national hurricane forecast. the center of hermine while still churning up the coast, it's farther away from us, while it's making the track closer, it will not come as close and not strong as a storm. let's take a look at that, here's what to expect. waves right now not this bad, but later today and tonight will build back to 8 to 12 feet. dangerous rip currents and rough surf an issue, you will be advised to stay out of the water today. beach erosion is par for the course with any long range storm off the coast and coastal flooding at times of high tide today and tonight. it will be moderate in most cases. wave heights are down a little bit from this time yesterday, but will build later on.
the wind gusts are 18-mile an hour in the mouth of delaware bay. they will rise as the day goes on. away from the shore, things are looking good. karen rogers is outside on the terrace with more on that. >> reporter: even a little chilly as you step outside, the winds are light, skies are clear, let's check the numbers, the temperatures, 54 in martins creek, 53 in quakertown and pottstown. 355 in coatsville. 55 in ken net square. 65 in city. browns mill and cinnaminson, 69. 66 degrees in sea isle city. here's what to expect today. we'll see lots of sunshine for most of the region, you can see the clouds pulling in as we see hermine although a few hundred miles off the coast, it is impacting us with cloud cover and interior parts of south jersey, looking for that. at the shore, 76 for the high, windy at times, sunshine, a
shower possible. in the city, bright sunshine staying dry, a nice high of 85 degrees, feeling warm this afternoon. in the lehigh valley, warm with a high of 84 under mostly sunny skies, we're starting to heat up tomorrow in the seven-day forecast we'll talk about another heat wave coming our way, matt. >> >> reporter: starting the school bus in a few spots tomorrow, this morning we're not seeing school buses or trucks or cars along the schuylkill expressway. it's nice and quiet where the schuylkill expressway meets up with route 1 the boulevard, no problems on 76, i-95 the boulevard or the vine so far this morning. this is a live look at the vine street expressway, up top there's the benjamin franklin parkway still blocked with the cleanup efforts after the made in america festival cons this weekend. parkway remains blocked as they clean up this morning. on the big picture we have the labor day parade that steps off
from columbus boulevard and washington avenue by the sheet metal union hall. that will give us closures. closure in north hampton county, 33 northbound is blocked, stick can 611 to get around that. >> hermine is putting a damper on the labor day weekend for many folks at the jersey shore. >> the rough surf will likely keep people out of the water again today. annie mccormick is live in ocean city with an update on the situation there, annie what are you seeing this morning? >> reporter: nydia and gray, i'm hearing the waves crash all morning, now that the light is coming up, we're getting our first look at the ocean. about a dozen people walked down because they wanted to see the big waves. as they walk on the beach they see signs from yesterday saying danger the ocean is closed. the beaches looked beautiful sunday, but heavy winds and
powerful currents made it a rough beach day. beaches were open in wildwood crest, but bathers couldn't go in more than knee deep. many towns prohibited people from going in the water, in atlantic city, a good samaritan helped a young man who got cuts from the rocks. >> you're not going back in, right? >> no, i'm done. >> reporter: they did not go into the water, they came down to see the storm, they were surprised to see a picture perfect day. >> we came down to see how the weather was, wanted to see the storm. >> reporter: disappointed? >> a little disappointed, but happy nobody is getting hurt. >> it's beautiful to watch the ocean from the land, maybe not getting into the water. now each shore town that you're in, you have to listen to your beach patrol. we expect a number of them will have the same restrictions they
had up yesterday, as well. reporting live in ocean city, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." >> people need to use caution. "action news" will have coverage on air and online. go to 6abc.com/weather to look at the inter active map and our team of meteorologists are providing updates on social media. >> a young woman is dead after being run over by a car and beaten with a shovel in philadelphia's logan section. jennette reyes is live with an update on the having. jennette what are police telling you? >> reporter: nydia, this is the kind of of story that left people in shock. police are not releasing details. we know that it happened around 8:30 p.m. philadelphia police say the man intentionally ran over this woman slammed into a tree and got out of his car and grabbed a shovel and beat her to death. this happened along the 700 block of west loudon street.
responding officers arrested the man. he is in custody right now. the woman was in her 30s, taken to einstein where she was pronounced dead an hour later. police are not releasing details especially regarding the rip, if any the man had with the woman. the motive behind the incident, we are working to get more details as soon as we get update. we'll pass it along to you, reporting live at headquarters, jennette reyes, channel 6 "action news." >> a 30-year-old man was stabbed to death after walking out of a west philadelphia lounge. he was attacked outside el toro's on westminster avenue. police are looking at the murder as a robbery as the motive. a victim was shot in astin around 9 can 30 last night.
the -- 9:30 p.m. last night. the victim was taken to the hospital in serious condition. doug peterson may announce carson wentz the rookie quarterback as the starting quarterback, with the trading of sam bradford. coach peterson holds a news conference at 11:00 a.m. this morning. eagles open the season against the cleveland browns at the linc. >> many are wondering what today will be like as the end of the weekend. >> reporter: we're dry starting out, sky6 live hd we're expecting the clouds over the ben franklin bridge. they will start to clear out a bit. overall we'll wind up with periods of day that are mostly sunny across the region. the exception down the shore where it's more of a clouds and sun mix.
65 and comfortable in philadelphia. 58 down the road in wilmington, mid 50s in allentown and reading. 66 degrees by the shore this morning. future tracker 6 will pick up the cloud cover and rain story. generally speaking it will be cloudier to the east and less cloudy the farther west you go. there's a chance of a spotty shower at the shore at times today and this evening. overall it's not going to be a washout even at the shore. lehigh valley 85 degrees, mostly sunny, a bit breezy today. down the shore, it will be rather blustery especially later in the day and tonight. we have rough surf and rip currents you will not be allowed in the water that has not changed much. 80 degrees is the high. pretty nice on the beach. there could be minor to moderate flooding at times of high tide. they are not as pronounced as what we were originally seeing in the national hurricane forecast in the last couple of
days. mostly sunny in philadelphia, high of 85. tonight, cloudy, breezy and 69 is the overnight low. let's check out hermine. hermine did wind up well out to the east of the original forecast track. originally it was going to get back here and can you recall -- curl back to us. it's going to take the curl back to the west, it will not come as close or as strong as was originally forecasted. it will get out of here on wednesday. we're still looking at rough surf and rip currents. winds no longer worried about tropical storm force winds, the tropical storm warning has been dropped along the coastline. the winds will pick up a little bit, we'll see gusts down the shore of 35 to 40 miles per hour. for the rest of you inland it will be breezy day today, but obviously fairly bright and good looking holiday overall. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 85 is the high, mainly dry, away from the
shore. wind conditions, more sun to the west, cloud cover to the east. tomorrow partly sunny and hotter. we'll get up to 09 tomorrow. that could begin the next heat wave number 7 of the season. doesn't seem to want to quit. if we don't get the 90 on tuesday we will on wednesday. thursday, 95. friday, 94 thunderstorm. saturday, 92. warm on sunday, sunday, 86 is the high. another heat wave that will be the last one of the season. >> thank you i was going to ask you. >> folks 6:11, still ahead on "action news," tense moments as a little boy dangles from the ski lift. a frantic search is underway for a suspect killer who police say slipped out of his handcuffs. matt. >> reporter: good morning, nydia, we're live along the blue
your time, 65 degrees outside, sky6 live hd giving you this glimpse right there of the platt bridge, and if you want to grill today, you should be good to go. >> are you going to grill today, matt. >> reporter: i wasn't planning on it, but if one of you are, sounds like fun and delicious. traffic is moving well on the roads this morning. aiken oval is shut down for good reason it's clean up from made in america festival over the weekend. mlk and kelly drive blocked by the art museum as they continue to clean up. sounds like some of the cleanup activities will continue into early tomorrow morning. i wouldn't count on using the parkway most of the day today. >> if you travel between roxborough and mount airy you haven't been using the walnut lane bridge since april.
original closing said it would be open in early september. here we are early september, and it's not open, it's going to be late september. i'm sorry to pass that along, but there it is a few more weeks of closure. adams avenue bridge is back in a couple of weeks. coming back from the poconos there's a broken down truck 476 northeast extension southbound by quakertown, one lane blocked, we're not seeing delays, the volume is so light. if you're heading toward the poconos, i wouldn't count on doing so 33 northbound. that's closed in bushkill township north hampton county an accident involving a tractor-trailer and two pedestrians. 33 northbound is closed, sullivan trail or 611 are possible alternates. or stay on the nex toward the
poconos. gray. >> thank you for the update. there's an intense search underway for a man who escaped from handcuffs while in custody. perez was arrested and placed into interrogation room and handcuffs, when the detectives left the room, the suspect made his room. he stole a pick up truck and the truck was recovered saturday, but no sign of perez. south south korea said noh korea fireside ballistic missels off the east coast as world leaders are gathered for the economic summit in china. the north's only major ally. nor korea continues rocket tests when eyes are turned to northeast asia. >> joe biden comes to pennsylvania to campaign for the man who wants to replace him.
the two will speak at the labor day parade. "action news" viewer sent in a picture of former president, bill clinton there looking for votes for his wife hillary clinton. donald trump campaigns in virginia tomorrow and hold rallies in north carolina and florida this week. >> in today's tech bytes, apple is rolling out new products and features this week. the next generation iphone is expected to debut on wednesday along the apple watch 2 and siri may get you a ride on uber and search for items on pintrest. one of the most watched videos on youtube right now is
a live stream from jackson hole wyoming. >> thousands of people are watching pedestrians walk across an intersection, cars drive by, the big question, why. apparently somebody posted online they are going to do something in front of the camera. so far nothing. >> those are the tech bytes. >> have a great day.
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phone and and they are hairless. >> the weather will begin with karen. >> reporter: that's right we have hermine, a few hundred miles off the coastline. enough that we're seeing dangerous rip currents. as we head to the shore, watch out for that. clouds and chance of a shower at the shore. the jersey shore, 76 degrees. delaware beaches 80 degrees. watch for dangerous rip currents. 8:00 a.m., 64 bright sunshine in philadelphia and areas north and west. 10:00 a.m., 73. lunchtime, 79. warming up a little bit above average, by 3:00 p.m., the high today 85. 6:00 p.m., 84 degrees. just as people head back to school tomorrow we're starting to heat up 90 degrees tomorrow under partly sunny skies. >> reporter: what do you say we talk transit, karen rogers. and today we're on holiday, i promise we're on holiday schedules.
in most cases that means a sunday schedule. if you're heading out this morning for train arrest bus, it's -- or bus, noits -- not a normal monday schedule it's a sunday schedule. this is when new schedules take effect on buses and trolleys. tomorrow we get new regional rail schedules on a bunch of different lines. they take effect tomorrow. they include weekday subpoena mental suppress bus service during the rush hour to beef up the service that would normally be provided by the regional rails. there's new express bus service from certain stations. checking account out septa.org for details on that. they hope to be back to normal weekday schedules on all religion rails by october. >> lawmakers set to return to washington for an abbreviated session, they are expected to discuss funding for the fight gains zika virus.
lawmakers left washington without resolving a despite for the funding over the project. president obama asked congress back in february for 1.9 billion dollars in emergency funding, but legislation to pay for the proposal collapsed in july. several people in the u.s. have been infected with the zika virus, we'll be right back. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me.
goodness, in the video you can see a young boy dangling from the ski lift and he suddenly dropped 30 feet. the staff at the ski resort saw the boy slip under the safety bar and they quickly grabbed a blanket. the child spent the rest of the day skiing. in the people scene leslie jones is back on twitter. the ghostbuster star was harassed on social media. she was quiet until they began tweeting again. she told fans she has been through a lot in her life and will always get back up. good for her. >> an he elk in distress walked into the right place, coming up on "action news." >> happening right now on
"action news," we're tracking hermine as it rumbles out in the ocean threatening to cause days of pounding surf. we're live at the jersey shore. >> a woman is run over by a car right before police say she is beaten to death. we have details on this brutal murder. >> police are on the look out for a bogus cop accused of robbing and assaulting people. >> 6:30, monday, september 5, matt o'donnell and tamala edwards are off, i'm gray hall along with nydia han. >> we're tracking weather with david murphy and karen rogers and matt pellman has traffic. >> reporter: on the big board we have what's left of hermine. hermine has wound up farther out to sea than the national hurricane projections originally had it. it will push toward us as expected, but on the as strong
or as close as originally forecast. we're looking at very little rain and sun across the region. some issues at the shore. we'll talk about those now. we're looking at waves building today 8 to 12 feet. there's heavy rain and rip current so you'll not be allowed in a lot of beaches. significant beach erosion is not out of the question. we're looking at coastal flooding at times of high tide. karen rogers will give you the numbers in a second. what's hang -- happening now down the shore, winds not as strong, and the waves are not as high as this time yesterday, they will build this afternoon. issues in the water, outside of the water, karen it's looking like a nice day. >> reporter: it is, we started this morning with clear skies, we're seeing clouds move into the city. take a look at the numbers, you might want to grab a sweater.
54 in martins creek and quakertown. 534 in coatsville. -- 535 in coatsville. 53 in chester. how about the suburbs in new jersey, upper 50s in ewing, browns mill, 59 in hammonton and cinnaminson. 57 in dover, delaware. a little cool to start you off. satellite and radar showing we had clear skies and within the last hour we started to see the clouds from hermine into the interior areas of in just, but approaching the city, as well. obvious to the north and west, you've got bright sunshine for the morning hours. it depends on where you are as to the sky cover. at the shore, it will be windy at times. we'll see sunshine mixing with the clouds here or there, we've got the chance of a shower high of 76. in the city, sunshine and clouds, lehigh valley, 84 degrees under mostly sunny
skies, nice labor day forecast for most of the region. as kids head back to school we're starting to heat up tomorrow. details on the warm weather coming your way in just a few minutes, matt. >> reporter: speaking of which, philadelphia school teenagers back on i-95 -- teachers back on i-95. thing will be bunched up on the southbound side by cottman avenue. this morning, it's roomy, plenty of elbow room. no problems on the vine street expressway, but up top the cleanup from made in america festival continues. benjamin franklin parkway blocked off, 20th street, the local vine is open, there's one car out and about on the local vine by the morman temple. our broken down tractor-trailer southbound on the northeast extension by quakertown that's gone. if you're heading to the poconos don't use 33 northbound in north hampton county. awful accident has the blocked.
stick with as you sullivan trai1 on this holiday monday morning. nydia and gray. >> hermine continues to spin away from the east coast, but some lingering effects are being felt at the jersey shore and delaware beaches. >> visitors are taking advantage of the better than expected weather. annie mccormick is live in ocean city with what's happening. annie, the rip currents dangerous. >> reporter: i want to give you a look at the ocean, you heard david talk about how the waves are not too high, you can see that. but throughout the day they could develop and become dangerous. one thing that is present on the beach in ocean city, new jersey, are the signs warning people about the current. >> we woke up this morning it was sunny, we decided to come to the beach. >> reporter: hermine effects were in the ocean creating rip currents. in wildwood crest bathers could only go up to their knees.
other beach patrol also banned swimming altogether, in atlantic city, a good samaritan helped a young boy hanging on a rock. he suffered consults all over his -- cuts all over his body. in avalon, normal busy dune drive looked like a ghost town. business owners lost money. they said it wasn't great. >> you're losing money. >> 50% of what we did last year, but we can't control mother nature. >> reporter: back out here live, the big attraction is the ocean, not necessarily going into it, but getting a look at the beautiful waves, as for business, when we are in stone harbor, one of the towns told people they should leave, there are so many people that stayed there, one of the major businesses in town told me she had a great weekend. reporting live in ocean city,
new jersey, annie mccormick channel 6 "action news." back to you. >> rough waters from hermine are rocking passengers on board the royal caribbean anthem of the sea. cruise ship bound for bermuda from bayone, new jersey. passengers recorded the waves and there was high winds and sea sickness there. him you can stay up to date on hermine both on air and online, go to 6abc.com/weather, there you will find the interactive map for the latest conditions and follow our team of meteorologists on social media. >> breaking news, police have shut down a portion of a road in north hampton county because of a deadly crash. route 33 northbound is across thed in bushkill township. a tractor-trailer hit two people, they will not elaborate on the circumstances. the coroner has responded to the
scene. a man is behind bars, after police say he intentionally ran over a woman and beat her to death with a shovel. "action news" reporter, jennette reyes is live at police headquarters with the brutal details. >> reporter: good morning, nid you nid -- nydia. it's a disturbing story. philadelphia police are telling this man went to run over this woman. it happened at 8:30. the unidentified man ran into her and ran into a tree. he got out of the vehicle and grabbed a shovel and beat her to death. it happened along the 700 block of west loudon street. responding officers arrested the man. he is in custody as we speak. the woman who was in her 30s was taken to sign stein where she was pronounced dead an hour later. police have not given us any details whether the man had any
relationship with the woman. we're working to get an update as soon as we get information. we'll pass it along to you. reporting live from police headquarters, jennette reyes. >> new this morning, a double shooting in north philadelphia has left a woman dead and a man in critical condition. police were called to the 2200 block of north chadwick street overnight. a 26-year-old woman was shot and killed, 25-year-old man was shot and wounded. there are no suspects or motives in the shooting. >> happening today, a philadelphia tradition will kick off in just a few hours. hundreds will gather for labor day parade at penns landing. it begins at 9:15 a.m. this morning at columbus boulevard and washington avenue. right now massive cleanup underway on the benjamin franklin parkway after labor day tradition. workers are removing mounds of trash from the made in america festival. two day festival organized by
jay-z for the 5th year in philadelphia. >> thanks to the shift in hermine's track it was the a nice weekend for a concert and nice day for a parade today. >> reporter: nice day for parade today. the only lingering issues is rough turf rip currents and coastal flooding that's about it. storm tracker 6 live showing we're dry, shaping up to be a nice holiday for most of you. as we look outside, we have sky6 live hd looking at lingering clouds over the city. as we get into the later morning and afternoon hours, we are expecting periods where it will be mostly sunny across the region. 63 degrees, dewpoints, 54. not all that humid. winds are come running more or less out of the north/northwest. future tracker 6 showing you from about trenton to the east we're looking at mostly sunny skies with occasional scattered cloud cover. by later in the afternoon there's a chance of a spotty sprinkle or shower down the
shore, looks like it's dry at the coast most of the time with clouds and sunny breaks, we'll call it mostly sunny day. that's areas away from the shore. at the shore more of a clouds and sun mix. warm, 64 degrees, 8:00 a.m. 73 by 10:00 a.m., close to 80 by lunchtime. 85 is the high at 3:00 p.m. still holding on to a similar number at 5:00 p.m. a little bit breezy today, but not that bad. blustery down the shore, but we're this morning expecting the tropical force winds as the storm off the coast will stay on the weaker side. 85 degrees in philadelphia that's the high today. pretty much the same story up to allentown, low to mid 80s in millville. 79 in beach haven. 80 in atlantic city and ocean city. 80 degrees in bethany beach. we are reminding despite the fact that the ocean temperature looks good, we are expecting heavy surf and rip currents up
and down the coastline. it's more than like you won't be allowed in the water once again and moderate to minor coastal flooding this morning and this evening. hermine wound up on you outside where the tracker originally put it. it will not be as strong as the original forecast and will push out here wednesday. the effects at the shore not as bad, rough surf and rip currents and coastal flooding. 19-mile an hour wind gusts, as we go into the afternoon, the winds will get stronger at the shore, and later tonight stronger, if you have picnics around the region, a little breezy today, overall not bad. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, today's high, 85. tomorrow partly sunny and hotter, 90 and then it looks like we're getting that heat turned up. 93 degrees by wednesday.
95 near record high on thursday, with more humidity building in, friday, hot and humid, 94. that would tie a record if we hit on friday, a thunderstorm possible, still in the 90s on saturday, likely back in the 80s on sunday, heat wave number 7. looks like it could start tomorrow if not tomorrow, wednesday. >> it is 6:42 still ahead on "action news," a man said he was robbed and assaulted by a bogus police officer. we'll have the details. >> also a malfunction of a ride say county fair caused panic and injuries. >> reporter: nice and calm along 422, eastbound lanes are completely empty approaching the oaks interchange. it's nice and quiet. there's a new issue on the northeast extension. we'll talk about that and shore traffic when "action news" continues on this monday morning. the coastal flooding was
minor overnight. this was the scene along albany avenue in atlantic city. water was covering one of the lanes in the roadway. in ocean city, the wells fargo bank was prepared. sandbags protected the front door, but there was no high water. >> let's go over to the action cam in ocean city, new jersey. it turned out to be quite the lovely labor day out on the beaches and also in the city. thankfully hermine did not bring the powerful punch we thought she was going to. keep there could be postal flooding don't go into the water today. matt pellman with us right now. >> reporter: thankfully we were spared. what we did see on saturday, were strong winds. i was standing on the beach and
felt like i was being sandblasted. in the northbound lanes, later on today, i expect to see extra people coming northbound on the parkway, i don't want expect it to be as busy as a normal labor day a lot of people came back on saturday in advance of the storm. this is close to the great egg harbor bridge. southbound traffic is moving on the new bridge nice smooth ride traveling over the great egg harbor bay now. south jersey, construction going on for at least tomorrow gloucester township choose landing road is shut down by the manner legion post. live on the schuylkill expressway, and it near the zoo. people will be heading to the zoo but right now less not a lot of traffic on the schuylkill expressway. no delays on i-95 or the boulevard, of course the made in
america festival cleanup continues along the parkway, restrictions continue there. the labor day parade steps off at 10:00 a.m. they start to gather at 9:15 at columbus you boulevard an washington avenue. another broken down struck on the northeast extension southbound this time by lansdale, this time the right lane is out of commission. at this point we're not seeing big delays. >> gray? >> thank you so much. this morning philadelphia police say they are looking for a man posing as a police officer. investigators say he robbed and assaulted a person this happened last night at 8:30 p.m. at con course drive and belmont avenue. the victim was hit in the back of the head and robbed. that robber got away with 100 bucks. >> at least 8 people were rushed to the hospital after a glitch on a ride at a fair in memphis, tennessee.
the happened saturday night as dozens were on the ride called the moon raker. officials say the computer detected a problem and went into safety mode. the ride operator made a mistake and hit the button putting the ride into manual mode releasing lap bars. some people fell off the ride including kids. the moon raker has been shut down. >> next up we'll check in our our friends at "good morning america." >>
>> so glad you stayed with us, it is 6:51, time for a preview of "good morning america." >> ginger zee joins us with what's coming up after "action news." good morning, ginger. >> reporter: good morning, nydia and gray, great to be with you. coming up "g.m.a.," we're still on hermine hard to believe it. it's still out in the atlantic packing winds of 70 miles per hour. even though it's post tropical and not affect many areas inland, but coastlines are taking a beating. dale earnhardt announced that the brain injury he has as affected his career and is life. the brother of young beauty queen bonet ramsey is speaking
out. we're kicking off the unofficial start of fall, i hate saying it, but i love seeing him coming up next on "g.m.a." >> thank you, happy labor day to you. now, let's go to karen with a quick look at weather. >> reporter: hermine is 300 miles off the coast of atlantic. we have clouds at the shore and reaching parts of the city. north and west of the city, bright and clear anne sunshine, 8:00 a.m., 64 degrees, 10:00 a.m., 73. lunchtime, 79 degrees, it's a cool start but getting warm this afternoon, the high is 85. we'll hit it at 3:00 p.m. 6:00, 84 degrees. >> reporter: talking transit this morning, if you're heading for a train or bus, keep in mind it's not a monday schedule. in most cases it's a sunday schedule. tomorrow we're getting new interim schedules on most of the regional rail lines, but not full service that's not expected
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expecting some flooding from hermine today. the storm will keep swimmers and surfers out of the water because of dangerous waves and rip currents. hermine continues to churn 100 miles offshore in the atlantic city ocean. >> reporter: ramp from the vine street expressway westbound to the parkway is closed as they clean up from made in america festival. in the poconos watch out for a broken down truck on southbound northeast extension close to lansdale. hermine is churning off the coast, it's a little bit farther away than originally forecasted look for heavy surf and coastal flooding down the shore. high of 85 this afternoon at 3:00 p.m. him it will be breezy and later today and tonight a little more blustery at the shore. the tropical storm warning has
good morning, america. hermine triggers states of emergency. and dangerous coastal flooding. as life threatening rip currents from carolinas to new england keep beaches closed this morning. have millions dodged a bullet. breaking right now, high stakes showdown. president obama meets one-on-one with russia's president vladimir putin, trying to strike a deal on syria to fight isis. the president speaking out from china just moments ago. and nascar superstar dale earnhardt jr. now announcing that he's stepping away from the race track. >> i definitely don't belong in a race car today. >> the crash that's put his career on hold, sidelining the two-time daytona 500 winner with another concussion. >> it's earnhardt! >> will